Dr. Judith V. Jordan is one of the founding scholars of Relational Cultural Theory. She worked with Dr. Jean Baker Miller, Dr. Irene Stiver, and Dr. Janet Surrey — all developing a new theory of human development. In this video, I talk with Dr. Jordan about the early work — much of it in Jean Baker Miller’s living room. In this video, we also get a sense of what this journey was like for Dr. Jordan as a young scholar and what is was like for this working group to put forward RCT, a feminist theory, as they met both resonance and resistance. Throughout this interview, we also learn from Dr. Jordan’s wisdom as she shares stories of dealing with self-doubt, finding voice, and the joy of intense intellectual collaboration. I am deeply grateful to Dr. Jordan for this interview and hope it contributes to the intellectual history of Relational Cultural Theory.
https://harrietschwartz.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Screen-Shot-2021-02-20-at-11.08.01-AM.png 1274 1378 Harriet Schwartz https://harrietschwartz.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/HS-Logo.png Harriet Schwartz2021-02-20 16:08:522021-02-20 20:37:37Discussing the early days of RCT with Dr. Judith V. Jordan